JAZZ A’ LA CARTE

JAZZ A’ LA CARTE

We decided that the music people wanted to hear was the music we play on the Golf Buggy. Happy, foot-tapping, easy to listen to – Dixieland Jazz. “Jazz a’La-Carte” has recreated the sound for your enjoyment.

Newcastle, NSW, Australia

 A TRULY MOBILE JAZZ BAND!!!

 It's been called:

THE JAZZ MOBILE

THE JAZZ JALOPY

JAZZ ON WHEELS

 But they all mean the same thing, a very entertaining mobile Jazz Band playing the best crowd pleasing music in the world.

 

 DIXIELAND JAZZ

Working from a converted electric golf car, this mobile band can perform at most venues (ELECTRIC, no fumes) and locations with ease.

 In recording this CD we decided that the music people wanted to hear was the music we play on the Golf Buggy. Happy, foot-tapping, easy to listen to - Dixieland Jazz. VAZZ ala-Carte " has re-created that sound for your enjoyment.

 We decided that the music people wanted to hear was the music we play on the Golf Buggy. Happy, foot-tapping, easy to listen to – Dixieland Jazz.

“Jazz a’La-Carte” has recreated the sound for your enjoyment.

  HOWARD WARD ... son of Allan, is a fine musician in his own right. Howard has worked as a musician/Music Educator in the Hunter Valley for approximately 20 years. His credits include, The Hunter Valley Orchestra, Tommy Tycho, Cool Dudes, Sue Cruikshank and many more. Howard also arranges music for School Bands and is Band Director for 8 schools.

 JIM LYONS ... is an exponent of the Dixieland style of Jazz. Jim has many years of experience, going way back to the large Dance Orchestras and Club Bands of the Sixties and Seventies. Since those days, Jim plays mainly in groups such as "Jazz a'La-Carte" from which he gives and derives great pleasure.

 RAY CAIRNEY ... has been playing and teaching guitar and banjo for approximately 30 years. He has recorded guitar/banjolbass for ABC Radio, TV, Movie Soundtracks etc. For the past 7 years, Ray has lectured in Jazz at the Riverina Summer School for Strings. Currently he is teaching Jazz and Classical Guitar at the Central Coast Conservatorium of Music.

 


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